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An Englishman and the Mexican Inquisition, 1556-1560 [microform] ; being an account of the voyage of Robert Tomson to New Spain, his trial for heresy in the city of Mexico and other contemporary historical documents (1927)

Author: Tomson, Robert, b. ca. 1533; Conway, G. R. G. (George Robert Graham), 1873-1951
Subject: Inquisition -- Mexico; Mexico City (Mexico); Mexico -- Description and travel
Publisher: Mexico : Priv. print
Language: English
Digitizing sponsor: Internet Archive
Book contributor: Internet Archive
Collection: microfilm; additional_collections

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Introduction.--The voyage of Robert Tomson, marchant, into Nova Hispania in the yeere 1555, from Hakluyt's Voyages, 1589.--Inquisitorial proceedings in Mexico city against Robert Tomson, 1559-1560.--Mexico city in 1560, by Francisco Cervantes de Salazar; chapters xxiv. and xxv., book iv. of the Crónica de la Nueva España.--Notes.--Appendix no. 1: Spanish transcript of the process of Robert Tomson. No. II: Original letter of Leonard Chilton to Henry Hawks, dated 5th July, 1567. No. III: List of original documents relating to the Englishmen who were condemned by the Mexican Inquisition, 1559-1575


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